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May 20, 2017 19:38 |  #5701

I was deleting photos off an old SD card today and came across these. Am not shooting many photos with camera so I decided to turn it into a primary video cam.

It fit rather nicely inside the SmallRig cage designed for the Sony A7.

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MalVeauX
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May 21, 2017 16:17 |  #5702

So the 90EX flash unit can be had for $30 new (white box) on Amazon. I picked one up since that's as cheap as lunch for two on any given day. Worth at least checking it out. Originally I planned to get a 270EXII, but just never did because it wouldn't be a vertical bounce source when camera is in portrait orientation, only horizonal, so figured it wasn't worth it. I already have powerful flashes if I need that duty anyways. I really was just interested in having the tiniest ETTL capable flash for fill flash to simply fill minor shadows in low light. It's not going to beat down the sun or anything, it's a wee little flash with minimal output, and it's not meant to provide key light from 20 yards. But it actually works quite well, as well as the on-board flash of the larger body dSLR units, as a small ETTL fill flash source. And the camera itself still retains its very small footprint, which I like. Flash control is also very simple, selecting 2nd curtain and ETTL's compensation values. Fantastic as a small fill flash. Not ideal for a key light. But with something this size that is expected.

If anyone was on the fence about picking one up (by the way, it works on all EOS cameras, not just the M series) for a body that lacks on-board flash for simple spontaneous ETTL capable fill, it does the job, and at $30 on Amazon (white box), it's cheap enough to not care if it's an awesome flash or not (its not). For $30 it's good, if you consider it as an ETTL fill flash.

We use the EOS-M as a subtle spontaneous camera at events, family, outings, etc, and I use it for when I'm out fishing or kayaking, etc. Having a flash is always the one thing I'm always wanting to bring, and my big flashes are awkward and big on the EOS-M and defeat the point of having a small system in hand. Also we use the M for this because we can hand it to anyone, with its touch screen and face tracking, and they can point it at us, touch the screen and the M will focus on faces and take an image. You can leave it with wide aperture, set ISO and AV mode with the flash onaboard with ETTL and set the compensation and it does a really great job of exposing and filling shadows for great lower light images that are clean and sharp, while others are having to use LED flash on their cellphones and getting dark backgrounds due to not having "fill" flash capability.

Nothing special, just an example of the 90EX used at an event, set for 2nd curtain & fill flash ETTL, so that you get clean exposures, but not the sterile flashed look:

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Comparison size, EOS-M + 22 Pancake + 90EX compared to my Galaxy S7. Image quality the M's APS-C sensor crushes the tiny sensor of the S7, and the added flash with fill capability is vastly superior to the LED flash of the S7. Not looking to challenge a large camera system and large flash system. The M and 90EX however absolutely crush using a modern cell with a "good imaging system" like the S7, without being a big bulky thing to carry around. The M is still very small, subtle, and super quiet, and can do things that smartphones cannot (high ISO, depth of field control, quality of bigger better pixels, quality of ETTL flash, cheaper than a smart phone by several hundred!). The size is still quite small and that's the reason I even have one.

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MalVeauX
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May 28, 2017 22:53 |  #5703

EOS-M 22 STM & 90EX

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Jun 19, 2017 16:34 |  #5704

EOS M with Minolta MC 50MM PG F1.4

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Jun 20, 2017 15:28 |  #5705

The origional M sure can take a beating. It's been my default hiking/backpacking/can​oeing camera for years now and it keeps on kicking despite some pretty obvious wear and tear.

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MalVeauX
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Jul 05, 2017 20:03 |  #5706

4th of July in St. Augustine, Florida from a boat.

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The sunset on the intercoastal before the fireworks from the boat.

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Ranie ­ Dib
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Jul 20, 2017 00:40 |  #5707

Anyone have any milky way shots with the M or M3?



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Jul 20, 2017 03:53 |  #5708

Ranie Dib wrote in post #18406419 (external link)
Anyone have any milky way shots with the M or M3?

Yes - a few more on my Flickr too:

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roseyposey
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Jul 20, 2017 03:55 |  #5709

danialsturge wrote in post #18406477 (external link)
Yes - a few more on my Flickr too:

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Very nice - I really need to have a go at this sometime.


Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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Jul 20, 2017 03:56 |  #5710

solepatch wrote in post #18382918 (external link)
The origional M sure can take a beating. It's been my default hiking/backpacking/can​oeing camera for years now and it keeps on kicking despite some pretty obvious wear and tear.
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Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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Jul 20, 2017 12:47 |  #5711

M + EF-M Rokinon 16mm

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Jul 30, 2017 12:57 |  #5712

Spotted Sandpiper chick. M6 + 400 DO II + sigma 2xTC.

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Jul 31, 2017 03:50 |  #5713

Hey fellow M users. I just got my M5 and have been practising.

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Aug 15, 2017 22:52 |  #5714

Chasm Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

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Aug 21, 2017 14:34 |  #5715

Pre-Eclipse warm up with Sunspot AR2671...

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Meade Infinity 102
Baader White Light Solar Film
Celestron NexStar SLT GoTo mount
Prime Focus
Canon EOS M2
Fotodiox Pro EOS to EF adapter
no-name T-adapter
1/160th sec
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